[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
Anna expected to teach this winter but has been disappointed so she is at home with me – David’s health has not improved much but he feels better when he does not attend the store – his youngest boy has been very sick indeed but is now thought to be getting better – Anna and J sends much love to each of you – May God bless you all from your affectionate Mother ————  Portage 1873 Oct 27thDear Danl. I am happy to know by Margt. that you and Emma and baby are well. Margt was much pleased with her visit Has this money [illegible] affected your comfort much many of the [illegible] [illegible] are very much troubled our bank is shut, they are bankrupt, your father had over two thousand dollars in the bank – John Reid put in two thousand dollars only about three days before it was closed
1873 Oct 27
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